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  • Stuck snowmobilers found safe near Wyoming peak

      JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) – Six snowmobilers from Minnesota are unharmed after spending a night stuck in the Wyoming backcountry near Togwotee Pass in the Bridger-Teton National Forest. Max Jacoby, Richie Jacoby, Kyle Ryman, Aaron …

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    13 Feb 14
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      NEW HOPE, Minn. (AP) – A suburban Minneapolis business is offering a unique Valentine’s Day date package that includes a round or two of live ammunition. The New Hope business thinks nothing says romance …

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    13 Feb 14
  • DNR approves emergency feeding of deer2

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Extreme cold and deep snow this winter has led Minnesota conservation officials to reverse course and approve deer feeding in northern Minnesota. It will be the first time the Department …

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    13 Feb 14
  • Frack sand protesters convicted of trespassing

    WINONA, Minn. (AP) – A jury has convicted 20 people of trespassing during a protest against frack sand mining in Winona. Jurors deliberated three hours Thursday before convicting the protesters after a four-day trial in …

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    07 Feb 14
  • Xcel sues GE over turbine failure

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Xcel Energy Inc. and other plaintiffs are suing General Electric Company, claiming it hid a defect in a turbine that broke down at one of its plants and led to millions in …

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    07 Feb 14
  • Henderson Roadhaus

      The second annual Henderson Roadhaus/KCHK Winter Old Time Music Jam Session is Sunday February 9th. The event will be held in the bar from 1-5 pm Sunday. All Musicians are welcome! Come early and …

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    05 Feb 14
  • Farmers encouraged to sell excess propane

      ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Minnesota’s agriculture commissioner and propane industry officials are encouraging state farmers with a surplus of the fuel to sell it back to suppliers. Commissioner Dave Frederickson says farmers could …

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    05 Feb 14
  • Researchers to collar 52 adult moose in NE Minn.

    The radio collars use GPS to transmit alerts when a moose dies. Biologists then try to rush to the carcass within 24 hours before it decomposes or scavengers destroy the evidence. Michelle Carstensen of the …

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    04 Feb 14